Will kick out govt if it takes any step against 18th Amendment: Bilawal
LARKANA: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Thursday that his party would kick out the incumbent government if it took any step against the 18th Amendment.
Addressing a large rally at Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, Bilawal lashed out at prime minister Khan and said that Sindh did not need the PTI chairman.
“Khan said in Ghotki that he does not need. Who are you, puppet? Sindh does not need you,” he said.
Bilawal warned the government against taking any step that threatened the 18th Amendment. He said that Imran Khan was sitting like a ‘snake’ around Sindh’s dues of Rs120 billion.
“Zulfikar Ali Bhutto said that I will kick out the one federation system,” he said. “I am warning you—if you take any step against the 18th Amendment, I will kick you out,” he added.
Bilawal paid tribute to PPP founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto by saying that it was due to him that Pakistan was still safe from India’s harm.
“Who is the culprit here—the one who gave the constitution or the one who broke it?” asked Bilawal. “I want you to see Zia’s grave and then visit Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s mausoleum. I want you to see how Musharraf is hiding and I want you to witness the legacy of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto,” he added.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari lashed out at Finance Minister Asad Umar and said that it was his policies which were destroying Pakistan’s economy.
“Is he the finance minister of the country or an economic hitman?” he wondered.